Many additional resources are provided by UW-Madison Cores. See the Directory of Resources for Researchers for an up-to-date, navigable compilation.

Designed to gather, distribute, and preserve digital materials related to the University of Wisconsin’s research and instructional mission. Content, which is deposited directly by UW faculty and staff, may include research papers and reports, pre-prints and post-prints, conference papers and presentations, and more.

Recovers analog and digital data from obsolete or deteriorating media. RADD can rescue VHS videocassettes (any speed), print books, vinyl records, 35mm film/negatives, slides, most 3.5″ and 5.25″ floppy disks, and more.

Provides data management plan help, consultations, training and education, and referrals free to UW-Madison faculty, researchers, staff, and graduate students. RDS can help draft a plan to meet NSF and other requirements, review your plans, data workflows, and processes to suggest improvements, or consult on data management.

Provides an environment in which the students of the School of Library and Information Studies will have opportunities to practice the theory learned through coursework. At the same time, it will maintain the traditional library functions of collecting, preserving and providing access to information in the field of library and information studies.

Works collaboratively with UW System faculty, staff, and librarians to create and provide access to digital resources that support the teaching and research needs of the UW community and provides access to rare or fragile items of broad research value. Resources within the collections are free and publicly accessible online.

Committed to the discovery, access, and long-term preservation of its own collections, and of the intellectual output of the University. Campus libraries offer a variety of services for researchers, including discipline-specific reference, citation management, and copyright assistance.

Memorial Library is also home to the Grants Information Collection (GIC), a collection of print and electronic materials relating to grants, philanthropy, and charitable giving.